Select a country

Google Pixel 3 Review: This Phone Upgrades the Whole Android Universe

The Pixel 3 is Google’s best Android device on the market, even beating the iPhone in a number of important ways. Its processor is fast, screen is vivid and colorful and the camera is better than ever, especially for selfies.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Google Pixel 3 Review: This Phone Upgrades the Whole Android Universe

The Pixel 3 is Google’s best Android device on the market, even beating the iPhone in a number of important ways. Its processor is fast, screen is vivid and colorful and the camera is better than ever, especially for selfies.

Fidelity Says It Will Trade Bitcoin for Hedge Funds

Fidelity Investments said it will store and trade digital currencies for hedge funds and other professional investors, becoming one of the first Wall Street giants to step into this volatile corner of the financial world.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Fidelity Says It Will Trade Bitcoin for Hedge Funds

Fidelity Investments said it will store and trade digital currencies for hedge funds and other professional investors, becoming one of the first Wall Street giants to step into this volatile corner of the financial world.

Robot Solves a Problem That Kids Can't: Cleaning Their Rooms

A startup that has drawn investment from Toyota showed off a robot that can pick up toys and clothes off the floor and put them in their proper places.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Robot Solves a Problem That Kids Can't: Cleaning Their Rooms

A startup that has drawn investment from Toyota showed off a robot that can pick up toys and clothes off the floor and put them in their proper places.

Icahn to Oppose Dell's Purchase of DVMT Tracking Shares

Carl Icahn revealed an 8.3% stake in DVMT and says he plans to vote against Dell’s plan to buy the stock as part of a deal intended to return Dell to the public markets.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Icahn to Oppose Dell's Purchase of DVMT Tracking Shares

Carl Icahn revealed an 8.3% stake in DVMT and says he plans to vote against Dell’s plan to buy the stock as part of a deal intended to return Dell to the public markets.

Facebook Says Fewer Affected by Hack Than First Thought

Facebook said fewer users than it initially thought were impacted by hackers in the largest-ever security breach at the social-media giant two weeks ago—and the company detailed for the first time the depth of personal information that was accessed.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Facebook Says Fewer Affected by Hack Than First Thought

Facebook said fewer users than it initially thought were impacted by hackers in the largest-ever security breach at the social-media giant two weeks ago—and the company detailed for the first time the depth of personal information that was accessed.

Senators Criticize Google for Failure to Disclose Data Vulnerability

Top lawmakers sent a stinging letter to Google over its handling of a data vulnerability that affected hundreds of thousands of users of its Google+ service.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Senators Criticize Google for Failure to Disclose Data Vulnerability

Top lawmakers sent a stinging letter to Google over its handling of a data vulnerability that affected hundreds of thousands of users of its Google+ service.

Verizon Changes Exit Package for Workers It Planned to Outsource

The wireless carrier is now offering about 1,000 of its U.S. workers who were set to move to outsourcing giant Infosys severance or a guarantee of comparable pay for two years.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Verizon Changes Exit Package for Workers It Planned to Outsource

The wireless carrier is now offering about 1,000 of its U.S. workers who were set to move to outsourcing giant Infosys severance or a guarantee of comparable pay for two years.

Facebook Takes Down Hundreds of U.S. Pages It Says Spread Misinformation

Facebook has taken down hundreds of accounts that were spreading false or misleading political content ahead of the U.S. midterm elections, one of the social network’s most aggressive efforts to stop misinformation spread primarily by Americans.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Facebook Takes Down Hundreds of U.S. Pages It Says Spread Misinformation

Facebook has taken down hundreds of accounts that were spreading false or misleading political content ahead of the U.S. midterm elections, one of the social network’s most aggressive efforts to stop misinformation spread primarily by Americans.

Stolen Apple IDs in China Lead to Mobile-Payment Pilfering

China’s two mobile-payments giants, Alibaba affiliate Alipay and Tencent's WeChat Pay, said stolen Apple IDs were used to swipe customer funds, and called on Apple to address the issue.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Stolen Apple IDs in China Lead to Mobile-Payment Pilfering

China’s two mobile-payments giants, Alibaba affiliate Alipay and Tencent's WeChat Pay, said stolen Apple IDs were used to swipe customer funds, and called on Apple to address the issue.

Apple Snaps Up Engineers From Key Supplier

Apple has agreed to bring in house more than 300 engineers from one of its key suppliers, Europe-based Dialog Semiconductor—part of a $600 million deal that boosts the smartphone giant’s chip-design operations.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Apple Snaps Up Engineers From Key Supplier

Apple has agreed to bring in house more than 300 engineers from one of its key suppliers, Europe-based Dialog Semiconductor—part of a $600 million deal that boosts the smartphone giant’s chip-design operations.

Lawmakers Push to Rein In Tech Firms After Google+ Disclosure

Top lawmakers argued Wednesday that Congress needs to rein in big tech companies, citing revelations about Google+ as the latest example of questionable practices involving consumers’ private information.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Lawmakers Push to Rein In Tech Firms After Google+ Disclosure

Top lawmakers argued Wednesday that Congress needs to rein in big tech companies, citing revelations about Google+ as the latest example of questionable practices involving consumers’ private information.

Google Privacy Upgrades Could Jolt Gmail App Developers

Google’s plan to put more limits on access to Gmail user data is likely to disrupt business for scores of app developers whose services are based on the world’s most popular email service.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Google Privacy Upgrades Could Jolt Gmail App Developers

Google’s plan to put more limits on access to Gmail user data is likely to disrupt business for scores of app developers whose services are based on the world’s most popular email service.

Meet the Scientists Bringing Extinct Species Back From the Dead

New gene-editing technology could revive everything from the passenger pigeon to the woolly mammoth. But should scientists be playing God?
WSJ.com: WSJD

Meet the Scientists Bringing Extinct Species Back From the Dead

New gene-editing technology could revive everything from the passenger pigeon to the woolly mammoth. But should scientists be playing God?

Google Appeals $5 Billion EU Fine in Android Case

Alphabet’s Google has filed an appeal of the European Union’s €4.34 billion ($4.97 billion) antitrust fine for allegedly abusing the dominance of its Android operating system for mobile phones.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Google Appeals $5 Billion EU Fine in Android Case

Alphabet’s Google has filed an appeal of the European Union’s €4.34 billion ($4.97 billion) antitrust fine for allegedly abusing the dominance of its Android operating system for mobile phones.

Google Unveils New Hardware

Google launched new mobile and home gadgets on Tuesday aimed at ensuring the voice-controlled Google Assistant is never out of shouting distance.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Google Unveils New Hardware

Google launched new mobile and home gadgets on Tuesday aimed at ensuring the voice-controlled Google Assistant is never out of shouting distance.

Chinese Tech Shares Tumble on Spying Concerns

Shares of Lenovo Group and ZTE fall by more than 10%, as the escalating trade fight between Washington and Beijing is sending a chill through investors in Chinese tech companies that sell to the U.S.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Chinese Tech Shares Tumble on Spying Concerns

Shares of Lenovo Group and ZTE fall by more than 10%, as the escalating trade fight between Washington and Beijing is sending a chill through investors in Chinese tech companies that sell to the U.S.

Facebook's Zuckerberg Tells Employees to Respect Diverse Views

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees the company should embrace diverse views, but expressed frustration a senior executive attended the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing last week, said a person familiar with the remarks.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Facebook's Zuckerberg Tells Employees to Respect Diverse Views

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees the company should embrace diverse views, but expressed frustration a senior executive attended the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing last week, said a person familiar with the remarks.

Zuckerberg Seeks to Quell Anger Over Facebook Executive's Kavanaugh Hearing Appearance

Hundreds of Facebook employees have expressed outrage about a top global policy executive’s decision to support Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh by appearing at his hearing last week.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Zuckerberg Seeks to Quell Anger Over Facebook Executive's Kavanaugh Hearing Appearance

Hundreds of Facebook employees have expressed outrage about a top global policy executive’s decision to support Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh by appearing at his hearing last week.

Why You're Buying Products From Companies You've Never Heard Of

The microbrand trend—think Casper Mattresses and Rowing Blazers—is changing who launches products, how they’re funded, manufactured, advertised and even how they are conceived in the first place.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Why You're Buying Products From Companies You've Never Heard Of

The microbrand trend—think Casper Mattresses and Rowing Blazers—is changing who launches products, how they’re funded, manufactured, advertised and even how they are conceived in the first place.

Mark Cuban Prodded Tesla's Musk to Settle SEC Charges

A 15-minute phone call from billionaire Mark Cuban helped break an impasse between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and federal securities regulators on charges that he misled investors in a tweet saying Tesla would go private at $420 a share.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Mark Cuban Prodded Tesla's Musk to Settle SEC Charges

A 15-minute phone call from billionaire Mark Cuban helped break an impasse between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and federal securities regulators on charges that he misled investors in a tweet saying Tesla would go private at $420 a share.

U.S. Judge Orders ZTE to Two More Years of Monitoring

A U.S. judge ordered ZTE to another two years of scrutiny, following the Chinese telecom giant’s violation of a settlement resolving charges that it dodged U.S. sanctions on Iran and North Korea.
WSJ.com: WSJD

U.S. Judge Orders ZTE to Two More Years of Monitoring

A U.S. judge ordered ZTE to another two years of scrutiny, following the Chinese telecom giant’s violation of a settlement resolving charges that it dodged U.S. sanctions on Iran and North Korea.

Toyota, SoftBank Join Forces to Build Self-Driving Cars That Deliver Meals, Health Care

The companies hope to deliver robot-cooked meals or provide medical checkups to an ageing populace in Japan using Toyota electric vehicles by the latter half the 2020s
WSJ.com: WSJD

Toyota, SoftBank Join Forces to Build Self-Driving Cars That Deliver Meals, Health Care

The companies hope to deliver robot-cooked meals or provide medical checkups to an ageing populace in Japan using Toyota electric vehicles by the latter half the 2020s

FCC Moves to Free Up More Airwaves

Federal regulators are proposing to free up a broad swath of underused airwaves for Wi-Fi and broadband, as part of their efforts to deploy next-generation 5G wireless technology around the U.S.
WSJ.com: WSJD

FCC Moves to Free Up More Airwaves

Federal regulators are proposing to free up a broad swath of underused airwaves for Wi-Fi and broadband, as part of their efforts to deploy next-generation 5G wireless technology around the U.S.

Longtime Facebook Executive Mosseri Takes Over Instagram

Longtime Facebook executive Adam Mosseri is now the head of Instagram, the company announced, following the abrupt resignations of the app’s co-founders.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Longtime Facebook Executive Mosseri Takes Over Instagram

Longtime Facebook executive Adam Mosseri is now the head of Instagram, the company announced, following the abrupt resignations of the app’s co-founders.

Tesla Shares Surge Following Musk-SEC Settlement

Tesla shares soared after Elon Musk reversed course and settled with U.S. securities regulators over the weekend, a surprising decision that put to rest the threat of his removal from a company inseparable from his name.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Tesla Shares Surge Following Musk-SEC Settlement

Tesla shares soared after Elon Musk reversed course and settled with U.S. securities regulators over the weekend, a surprising decision that put to rest the threat of his removal from a company inseparable from his name.

Elon Musk Stirs Controversy on Twitter in Wake of SEC Settlement

Elon Musk is already generating controversy on Twitter two days after settling a fraud case by securities regulators who are requiring Tesla Inc. to put in place a system to monitor his public communication.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Elon Musk Stirs Controversy on Twitter in Wake of SEC Settlement

Elon Musk is already generating controversy on Twitter two days after settling a fraud case by securities regulators who are requiring Tesla Inc. to put in place a system to monitor his public communication.

Tesla Braces for Uncertainty Amid Shift in Musk's Role

Elon Musk’s removal as chairman of Tesla potentially weakens his grip, as investors hope a remade board will help the entrepreneur focus on solving production problems that have threatened to stymie the car maker’s move into the mainstream.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Tesla Braces for Uncertainty Amid Shift in Musk's Role

Elon Musk’s removal as chairman of Tesla potentially weakens his grip, as investors hope a remade board will help the entrepreneur focus on solving production problems that have threatened to stymie the car maker’s move into the mainstream.

Facebook Faces Potential $1.63 Billion Fine

A European Union privacy watchdog could fine Facebook as much as $1.63 billion for a data breach in which hackers compromised the accounts of over 50 million users.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Facebook Faces Potential $1.63 Billion Fine

A European Union privacy watchdog could fine Facebook as much as $1.63 billion for a data breach in which hackers compromised the accounts of over 50 million users.

Elon Musk to Step Aside as Tesla Chairman in SEC Deal

Elon Musk has reached a settlement with the SEC that allows him to stay on as Tesla CEO but requires that he step aside from the chairman role for three years. He has agreed to pay a $20 million fine.
WSJ.com: WSJD

Elon Musk to Step Aside as Tesla Chairman in SEC Deal

Elon Musk has reached a settlement with the SEC that allows him to stay on as Tesla CEO but requires that he step aside from the chairman role for three years. He has agreed to pay a $20 million fine.